The first episode of the continuing drama about Neri, a mysterious girl from the ocean. The Bates family are summoned back to Orca. (R) (S)
The animated series about historical events looks at the attack by the Vikings. (R) (S)
7.45 Get Your Own Back
More children take revenge on adults. Shown yesterday at 4.10pm on BBC1 (S) (W)
Bob the Builder
Travis and Spud are left in charge of some abandoned eggs, which then begin to hatch. Repeated at 1pm BBC (S)
BOB THE BUILDER MAGAZINE: Â£1.40. New issue on sale 22 April. CD-Rom, for PC and Playstation, price Â£19.99; Bob the Builder- Fix It Fun!, on Game Boy Colour, Â£24.99
8.25 The Story Makers
Jelly is in a helpful mood today. (S) (W)
8.40 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Emmas bid to be the lead in the school play appears to be in vain. (S)
Double bill. A magic drum appears in Tellytubbyland and Dipsy goes for a walk. (R) (S)
Fun and frolics at the Roundabout Stop. (S)
Double bill. Judy goes back to the land where she was born and the friends organise a surprise party for Max. (R) (S) (W)
Repeats are not indicated.
10 50 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Marmalade 4224611 11.05 Numbertime (ages 6-7) Addition and Subtraction Patterns of Addition
11.20 Words and Pictures Plus
(ages 6-7) Long Vowel Spelling Katie Morag Delivers The Mail 4873949 11.35 Cats' Eyes (ages 5-7) The Environment Eating
Plants 8589494 11.50 Hands Up! (ages 5-7) Ridiculous! - with sign language. 2309543 12.05
Pod's Mission (ages 7-9) Plants 1362833 12.20 Maths
Challenge Year 5 (ages 9-10) Fractions
Bob the Builder
Shown at 8.15am
Western, starring Randolph Scott. Determined to make the new territory of Oklahoma safe, Marshal Vance reckons without ruthless outlaws like
Billy the Kid. Review page 54. Director Ray Enright (1948)
David Dimbleby introduces live coverage from the House of Commons of Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown's Budget speech, which is followed by reaction from politicians and experts. Peter Snow will be using state-of-the-art graphics to illustrate the financial winners and losers.
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3.50 News; Regional News (Digital: BBC London News) Weather
Rose Garden. Horticulturist Stefan Buczacki dispenses advice on turning a border into a stunning rose bed.
Homer reluctantly accepts Mr Burns into his new bowling league.
The Schizoid Man. A top priority mission goes wrong, while Data exhibits some strange behaviour.
The Pet Shop Boys perform some of their biggest hits, plus the single Home and Dry from new album Release. Top of the Pops is on Friday at 7.30pm on BBC1
Hundreds of workers are dying from an incurable disease having come into contact with deadly asbestos fibres. Now they are being deprived of compensation and are going to court to try to get it back. This Money Programme film questions who should foot a bill that, in the coming years, could escalate to as much as £50 billion.
Producer Louise Adamson ; Series editor Clive Edwards
An episode from the fourth series, first shown in 1977. Sweet and Sour Charity. Tom fixes his eye on the contents of a heating oil tank when some neighbours move out.
Written by John Esmonde. Bob Larbey ; Producer John Howard Davies
rln the final back-to-basics horticultural guide of the series,
Alan Titchmarsh sets about creating a border from scratch, explaining how and why design, texture and colour are so important. The programme returns early next year.
Series producer Kathryn Moore ; Executive producer Dick Coithurst WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/gardening Gardening by design: p39
n Second in a three-part study of who controls the nation's eating habits - the consumer or the food giants.
Sweet and Sour. Charting the rise of sugar-based brands, examining how food companies have fuelled this apparent obsession, documenting the strategies they have used and seeing the product's detrimental effects.
Producer David Berry ; Series producer Lucy Hillman
Keeping It Real. In the penultimate episode of the drama, Luce makes a life-changing discovery, while Zoe is seemingly headed for disaster. Contains strong language.
Written by Simon Block ; Producer Simon Heath ; Director Kenny Glenaan
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
By Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown.
Continuing the job-swap series, workaholic husband Mark Duffy stays home to look after three children while wife Alison goes off to work.
A recital from JS Bach's
Presented by Andrew Neil.
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Church and Mosque - Venice and Istanbul 66079 1.00 Just in Time? 8673505 1.50 What Have the 1990s Ever Done for Us?
Secondary Schools 2.00 Technology Food Languages 4.00 Italianissimo (parts 13-16)
Working In Engineering 5.00 Ancient and Modern
Open University 6.00 The Black Triangle 82505 6.30 The
Care Industry - long-term care in the UK and Germany.